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Thread: The 'Is this OK' Quilt finished

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    Super Member Cindy60545's Avatar
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    These quilts are fun to make & yours is beautiful. You did a great job with the color choices too.

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    Nice colors. Nice quilting stitches. I'm sure someone will be super happy to have it covering their body....

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    Hi Wendiq! Nice to "see" you again!

    Anael, the finished project is lovely! The colors are so bright. On the horizontal curvey stitch what settings did you use? This is a great stitch to replace a SID and you don't have to be so careful about keeping it in the ditch! I use this all the time in my little pieces at a 2 width and length, but like the longer curve you have done here. G

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    very nice and great colors!!!
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    beautiful!!
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    Oksewglad, I enlarged the stitch but I'm not sure about the settings. I think it's # 138 and the border stitch is # 173. I used the decorative curved stitch just for the same reasons you mentioned. This is the first time I did it this way but certainly not the last
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    It looks so pretty!
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    A very colorful quilt for a good cause. Looks like a great way to use up scraps.

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    Some little child will love this pretty quilt!

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    Very pretty. I love all the bright colors.

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